Conflict minerals policy
It is to help humanity
by managing conflict minerals.
- MCNEX is deeply committed to upholding human rights across its global network of suppliers that support the manufacturing.
MCNEX’s human rights and responsible sourcing program includes due diligence on the source and chain of custody of 3TG in its global supply chain in order to prevent the inflow of funds to the criminal armed rebel group that have profited from mining whiled contributing to violence and exploitation of human rights.
- Definition of Conflict Minerals
“Conflict minerals,” as defined by the US legislation, currently are the metals tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, which are mined from conflict zone.
Specified conflict zone : Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Central African Republic, Congo, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Brundi, Rwanda, Uganda.
- Purpose of establishment of
Conflict Minerals Management process
Mainly, it is to effectively mange use of conflict minerals to prevent the inflow of funds to the criminal armed rebel group that have profited from mining whiled contributing to violence and exploitation of human rights.
- Scope of use of Conflict Minerals
All parts and raw materials used in the products MCNEX manufacture/produce
- MCNEX’s Conflict Minerals management
We, MCNEX, annually verify the use of conflict minerals in all components and raw materials supplied by suppliers, including MCNEX ourselves, and identify the country of origin to prove that these four conflict minerals are not mined in the conflict zone.
In order to actively implement conflict mineral policies, the company may conduct due diligence on its suppliers.